Lucid Interval

Dates and Times

Thu 12 March 2020 at 7pm

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Presented by Tina Hofman

Ever wondered how palpable is the space we come to inhabit between normality and chaos when sudden, shocking loss occurs?

Set on a double bed, Lucid Interval leads the journey into moments when our body and mind play a catch up with reality, and still hold on to the fragments of the very immediate past.

Inspired by our most private places and quiet truths that find way out in a really loud way, Lucid Interval uses riveting, relentless choreography, powerful soundscape and stunning visuals to depict deep, moving and sudden change.

Created and performed by Tina Hofman
Directed by Marcus Fernando
Designed by Claire Browne
Movement by Yael Flexer
Projections and Lighting Design by Tracey Gibbs
Original music by Jovana Backovic
Stage Management by Laura Stone
Artist Wellbeing by Lou Platt

Reviews for previous

“Tina Hofman is a very watchable performer”  – Fringe Review

“this was a tremendous piece of theatre ” –  Fringe Review

“Hofman’s electric energy will rivet you to your seat.”  – Edmonton Sun


This performance deals with themes of sudden loss and grief and contains partial nudity. Recommended age rating 14+


There are no health warnings for this show.

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About the company

Tina Hofman is a bilingual performer, theatre-maker, producer and director. She is Artistic Director of Notnow Collective, and currently touring nationally their new show Pepper&Honey. Tina developed her work under the support of the late Adrian Howells, Scottish Conflux Theatre, and Croatian Institute for Dance and Movement. Her work is deeply influenced by disruptions and contradictions and she uses rich physical language to tell her stories. | Twitter: @hofmanica | #LIshow

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